Wedding Survival Kit Checklist: Here is a list of things I recommend you bring to your wedding to help with some common problems encountered at weddings
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Don’t let friends and family change your vision of your wedding day. Anyone who has ever planned a wedding knows that there is pressure from family to do things their way. But remember that it is your wedding. You are the one who has to look at the pictures and you don’t want to look back and say “I wish I would have done things differently.” Continue Reading →
“I wish I had eloped.”
More often than not I’d get this response when I asked people for advice on wedding planning. They’d follow by telling me to save money and do it in front of a judge. Have a small party after and spend your money on something useful. It’s really not bad advice when you look at it logically, but I discussed it with my fiancé and agreed that part of what we wanted was to bring our family together for our special day.
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I lost my wedding ring one cold winter night carrying groceries in from the car. My wife and I searched and searched but could not find it in the snow.
One of our friends has some great ideas to help you make sure you don’t lose your wedding ring… Continue Reading →
A few key tips from our downloadable wedding planning guide can help wedding planners remain organized and stress-free all the way down the aisle. Continue Reading →
Wedding Planning. When you say those two words, women around the world come down with migraines, panic attacks, dry mouth, heart palpitations and a litany of other stressors that no trip to the doctor or a Yoga class is going to remedy. Mixing in outdated traditions can also add to the stress of not having the wedding you want. The most important thing to remember is that your Big Day is…well, YOURS; in other words, you can throw tradition to the wind and do anything your heart desires. This is the 21st century after all, so without further ado, let’s debunk some bridal myths. Continue Reading →
One seemingly simply task, buying a wedding gift, can be a source of consternation for many. With registries and personal gifts, there are plenty of options that can go terribly wrong. Of course, everyone’s situation is different, but here are a few guidelines to help you avoid disaster and pick out an appropriate, meaningful gift to offer your friend on their big day. Continue Reading →
I understand that when you are planning that special day you already have a lot of factors to consider like when would be the most romantic, when would please all the family members, and when would give you the best chance for perfect weather just to name a few. But have you considered picking a week that might help you save money? Continue Reading →
Photo booths have become extremely popular for wedding receptions. And why not, they are fun for all ages and a great way to keep guests entertained and happy throughout your special event. However, if you find commercial photo booth rental prices a little steep for a practical bride’s budget, you can still have your very own photo booth with a spark of creativity and a little elbow grease.
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Beach weddings are perfect if you live in a coastal area. You don’t need to do much with the setting, just add a few things here and there and you’re ready to tie the knot. The best part about a beach wedding is that the ocean, breeze and sand already make a lovely foundation for the décor so all you need to do is just enhance the set. If you’re planning on a beach wedding but need to work under a budget, worry not as we’ve listed a few tips guaranteed to make your wedding a success besides saving you a small fortune. Continue Reading →
The best man is usually tasked with arranging the bachelor party – and no-one will ever know what a burden of responsibility that is, until they have done it for themselves. This is your best friend’s last weekend or night of single freedom, and it is your job to make it memorable – without it costing too much money. How the heck do you do that? Continue Reading →